[已刪除]103 年 - 103學測英文#15176
1.【已刪除】1. Lost and scared, the little dog ______ along the streets, looking for its master.
2.【已刪除】2.On a sunny afternoon last month, we all took off our shoes and walked on the grass with _____ feet.
3.【已刪除】3. It is both legally and _______ wrong to spread rumors about other people on the Internet.
4.【已刪除】4. These warm-up exercises are designed to help people _____ their muscles and prevent injuries.
5.【已刪除】5. Mei-ling has a very close relationship with her parents. She always ______ them before she makes important decisions.
6.【已刪除】6. The restaurant has a _____ charge of NT$250 per person. So the four of us need to pay at least NT$1,000 to eat there.
7.【已刪除】7. At the Book Fair, exhibitors from 21 countries will _______ textbooks, novels, and comic books.
8.【已刪除】8. Before John got on the stage to give the speech, he took a deep ________ to calm himself down.
9.【已刪除】9. Most young people in Taiwan are not satisfied with a high school _____ and continue to pursue further education in college.
10.【已刪除】10. Residents are told not to dump all household waste _____ into the trash can; reusable materials should first be sorted out and recycled.
11.【已刪除】11. Kevin had been standing on a ladder trying to reach for a book on the top shelf when he lost his_____ and fell to the ground.
12.【已刪除】12. If student enrollment continues to drop, some programs at the university may be______ to reduce the operation costs.
13.【已刪除】13. People in that remote village feed themselves by hunting and engaging in _____ forms of agriculture. No modern agricultural methods are used.
14.【已刪除】14. The government issued a travel _____ for Taiwanese in response to the outbreak of civil war in Syria.
15.【已刪除】15. The baby panda Yuan Zai at the Taipei Zoo was separated from her mother because of a minor injury
that occurred during her birth. She was ______ by zookeepers for a while.
16.【已刪除】Aesop, the Greek writer of fables, was sitting by the roadside one day when a traveler asked him what sort of people lived in Athens. Aesop replied, “Tell me where you come from and what sort of people live there, and I’ll tell you what sort of people you’ll find in Athens.” _16_ , the man answered, “I come from Argos, and there the people are all friendly, generous, and warm-hearted. I love them.” _17_ this, Aesop answered, “I’m happy to tell you, my dear friend, that you’ll find the people of Athens much the same.”
A few hours later, _18_ traveler came down the road. He too stopped and asked Aesop the same question. _19_ , Aesop made the same request. But frowning, the man answered, “I’m from Argos and there the people are unfriendly, _20_ , and vicious. They’re thieves and murderers, all of them.” “Well, I’m afraid you’ll find the people of Athens much the same,” replied Aesop.
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Every year tens of thousands of tourists visit Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Tanzania, Africa, to witness the scenes depicted in Earnest Hemingway’s The Snows of Kilimanjaro. They are attracted by the American writer’s _21_ of the millennia-old glaciers. However, this tourist attraction will soon _22_ . According to the Climate Change Group, formed by environmentalists worldwide to document the effects of global warming, Mount Kilimanjaro’s snows and glaciers are melting and are _23_ to disappear by 2020. Not only will the summit lose its tourist attraction, but the disappearance of the snows will also cause major damage to the ecosystem on the dry African plains at its base. _24_ the snow covering the peak, there will not be enough moisture and water to nourish the plants and animals below. Rising temperatures, an effect of global warming, _25_ threaten the ecosystem of this mountain area. The loss of snows on the 5,892m peak, which have been there for about 11,700 years, could have disastrous effects on Tanzania.
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Most human beings actually decide before they think. When people encounter a complex issue and form an opinion, how thoroughly have they _26_ all the important factors involved before they make their decisions? The answer is: not very thoroughly, _27_ they are executives, specialized experts, or ordinary people in the street. Very few people, no matter how intelligent or experienced, can _28_ all the possibilities or outcomes of a policy or a course of action within just a short period of time. Those who take pride in being decisive often try their best to consider all the factors beforehand. _29_ , it is not unusual for them to come up with a decision before they have the time to do so. And _30_ an opinion is formed, most of their thinking then is simply trying to find support for it.
(A) set out
(B) turn out
(C) put into practice
(D) take into account